View

RECENT BOOKS

Reverb

Series Editor: John Scanlan
Series Description
The Reverb series offers a new perspective on the significance of music through a wider cultural and historical understanding of particular times and places. By focusing on the relationship between artists, performers, music and place—rather than strictly biographical or chronological histories—the series allows writers with backgrounds in music writing, social and cultural history, ethnomusicology, literary studies, philosophy, and geography to write books that reveal the ways in which music has, in a variety of genres and traditions, expressed a strong sense of place.

See a website for the series.

The Reverb series offers a new perspective on the significance of music through a wider cultural and historical understanding of particular times and places. By focusing on the relationship between artists, performers, music and place—rather than strictly biographical or chronological histories—the series allows writers with backgrounds in music writing, social and cultural history, ethnomusicology, literary studies, philosophy, and geography to write books that reveal the ways in which music has, in a variety of genres and traditions, expressed a strong sense of place.

See a website for the series.

Browse Options